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Vsetín Hospital – construction of the pavilion of internal medicine
We have completed the building of a new Pavilion of the internal medicine within the gradual reconstruction of the premises of the Vsetín Hospital. The new seven-floor building H houses the internal medicine and the neurological wards. Besides the outpatient area, the same building houses also the inpatient ward.
The Vsetín Hospital has been modernizing the existing buildings and has been extending them with new areas. Building H is one of them where the internal medicine and neurological wards moved. The building is becoming an essential element in the future scheduled three inpatient pavilions.
The so-called internal medicine pavilion is located in the central part of the enclosed premises of the Hospital and offers in total six aboveground and an underground floor. On the first floor, there is the main entrance and a waiting room, as well as the outpatient care of the internal medicine and neurological wards. One floor above, the intensive care unit has been established with twelve beds in total. The third up to fifth overground floor belong to the inpatient ward. The neurological and internal medicine wards together dispose of 90 beds.
The modern building of a rectangle layout connected by three lifts stands within the greenery of more than fifty newly planted trees and of almost two thousand bushes and perennial flowers. Patients thus may have a seat on the benches around the newly built road along Building H.
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